The Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC) is a technology-focused forum for user interface researchers and practitioners from Australia and New Zealand, and throughout the world. The conference, which is one of several conferences that constitute the Australasian Computer Science Week, provides an opportunity for workers in the areas of HCI, CSCW, and pervasive computing to meet with colleagues and with others in the broader computer science community.
The Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC) is the forum for user interface researchers and practitioners at the Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW 2013). AUIC provides an opportunity for workers in the areas of HCI, CSCW, and pervasive computing to meet with colleagues and with others in the broader computer science community.
We welcome original papers no longer than 10 pages describing research or innovative practice, and demonstrations. AUIC invites participation and submissions from researchers and practitioners with an interest in techniques, tools, and technology for improving user interfaces over a wide range of areas, including the following:
• User interface architectures, tools, techniques, and technology
• Usability and evaluations
• Innovative applications and user interfaces, including VR, multimedia, and adaptive interfaces
• Distributed interfaces, including the World Wide Web
• Ambient and highly mobile devices (PDAs, wearable computers)
• CSCW, group work, groupware, and computer-mediated human communication
• HCI education
Papers should be no more than 10 pages in length, and should conform to the formatting instructions specified on the CRPIT authors' page. Papers are submitted as PDF documents through the EasyChair conference management system. Each paper will be judged on its originality, significance, technical quality, relevance to AUIC, and presentation. Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.
Please note that it is CRPIT policy that at least one author of all accepted papers to the conferences and workshops in the series would both register and present at the event concerned. Failure to do so without a reason acceptable to the organisers of the event will result in the paper being retrospectively withdrawn from both the proceedings and all citation sources. It is also CRPIT policy that all papers be original and not concurrently submitted elsewhere. Once again, we reserve the right to retrospectively withdraw a paper from the proceedings if we later find this not to be the case. By submitting to the conference, authors accept that they are aware of the Guidelines on Research Practice in Computer Science by the Computer Research and Education Association.
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